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Data decisions

An additional part of the application process requires you to create a presentation based on the information provided in the template.
Based on your topic, choose an audience (outside of the field of mathematics) that could benefit from the information you will present. For example, this
could be your local city council member, staff or administrators of a school, or employees at a company.
Analyze the data in the article to determine the best visual (graph or chart) to tell the story to your audience.
In PowerPoint or other presentation tool, create one visualization of the data appropriate for the conference audience. NOTE: If the article already contains a
visual, you must create a different type of graph or chart.
Explain how the audience can benefit from the data.
Recommend your identified solutions using language appropriate for the audience.
STEP 4: In the notes section of your final slide, answer the following questions:
Explain why you chose the audience in Part B.
Describe how the language, purpose, and visuals used in the PowerPoint are appropriate for the audience.